Anti-Semitic words found drawn on 2 cars on Kings Highway in Gravesend

Police say anti-Semitic terms were found drawn in the dust on two cars in Gravesend. The cars were parked on Kings Highway and East 18th

The cars were parked on Kings Highway and

The cars were parked on Kings Highway and East 18th Street. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

GRAVESEND - Police say anti-Semitic terms were found drawn in the dust on two cars in Brooklyn.

The cars were parked on Kings Highway and East 18th Street.

The markings allegedly included a swastika and the phrase "[Expletive] you Jews."

Authorities are investigating.

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